|Posted on 11/13/2018 2:47:00 AM.|
54,000 rural homes and businesses in north Louisiana will have access to broadband internet as part of the fed’s Connect America program that’s providing 22 million dollars so three different internet providers can make it happen. Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell says high speed internet is a necessity in today's world.
|internet expansion, broadband, north Louisiana, 2018, Foster Campbell|
|Posted on 9/20/2018 11:34:00 AM.|
The Public Service Commission is launching an investigation into the spending habits of rural energy co-ops. Commissioner Foster Campbell says he’s discovered excessive compensation for executives and expenses for board members. Campbell singled out Claiborne Electric Co-op.
|Electric Coop, Claiborne Electric Coop, DEMCO, Foster Campbell, Public Service Commission, Mark Brown|
|Posted on 7/27/2018 12:01:00 PM.|
For the last decade, more than one million Entergy customers throughout the state have been paying charges to cover the cost of repairs to damage from Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
Public Service Commission member Foster Campbell says he’s got good news for those feeling the pinch on the power bill.
|Entergy, Foster Campbell, Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Rita|
|Posted on 6/26/2018 12:05:00 PM.|
The year was
1985 when the Bossier Educational Excellence Fund, or BEEF, was started with
just $500,000 from the yearly state tax revenue of Louisiana Downs. Now, that
fund has grown to over $50 million, and the man credited with its start, Public
Service Commissioner Foster Campbell, recalls the time when then Governor Edwin
Edwards, gave the green light for the fund.
|Foster Campbell, Bossier Educational Excellence Fund|
|Posted on 6/20/2018 4:59:00 PM.|
The Louisiana Public Service Commission has approved the Wind Catcher plan from SWEPCO to purchase the nation’s largest wind-power project that is currently under construction in the Oklahoma panhandle.
|Wind Farms, Louisiana Public Service Commission, SWEPCO, Foster Campbell, Craig Greene|
|Posted on 1/17/2018 3:00:00 AM.|
Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell says taxpayers could save millions, if electric companies and cities convert to new energy efficient environmentally friendly streetlights. Campbell is proposing that the PSC conduct a comprehensive review of streetlight technology and how cities can save money by changing over. He says 40 percent of Shreveport’s electric bill is for their 35,000 street lights.
|LED street lights, Public Service Commission, Foster Campbell|
|Posted on 1/4/2018 12:15:00 PM.|
The federal tax reform bill slashed taxes for a wide swath of different businesses, and after some review the state believes that those tax savings could be passed on to utility customers. Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell says the tax reductions will save some utility companies, such as Entergy and Cleco, hundreds of millions of dollars. Campbell says those savings shouldn’t be stashed.More
|Foster Campbell, tax bill, utilities, John Bel Edwards, Public Service Commission|
|Posted on 12/9/2016 5:09:00 AM.|
President-elect Donald Trump will be in Baton Rouge today to support Republican John Kennedy in the US Senate race. The visit comes after Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence endorsed the State Treasurer. Kennedy says he’s humbled by Mr. Trump’s visit.
|Donald Trump, John Kennedy, Foster Campbell, Senate race|
|Posted on 12/6/2016 5:26:00 AM.|
In a new ad, Governor John Bel Edwards asks residents to vote for Democrat Foster Campbell in Saturday’s US Senate race. In the 30-second spot, Edwards says Campbell could be the deciding vote against substantial cuts to social security and Medicare. ULM political science Professor Dr. Joshua Stockley says as popular as the governor is, this ad likely won’t do much to help Campbell.
|Joshua Stockley, Foster Campbell, John Bel Edwards, Senate race|
|Posted on 12/5/2016 1:10:00 PM.|
A new survey out of Tulane reveals US Senate candidate Republican John Kennedy has a healthy lead in the race against Democrat Foster Campbell in the runoff. Brian Brox, associate professor of Political Science, says they found 59% of respondents said they would vote for Kennedy, while 40% said Campbell is their choice.
|tulane, brian brox, us senate, john kennedy, foster campbell|
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